Making Life Better for More People
From our team members to the physicians and patients we serve, positively impacting the lives of the people in our communities is paramount at Mako.
This passion has led us to foster a culture of custom service and innovation as we develop the solutions our communities need to live better and healthier lives. It’s why we recruit talented, skilled professionals, use cutting-edge technology, develop custom tests and products, tailor our services to meet our clients’ needs, and continually innovate, diversify, and expand to help the medical field move forward.
Mikey, Mission, Military – A Triple-Tiered Approach That Creates Meaningful Impact
Making an impact doesn’t just mean disrupting healthcare—it means giving back. We know it’s the little things we do day-in and day-out that have the potential to make the biggest difference in people’s lives and bring joy to the communities we serve—and we’re glad we’re able to support life-changing missions every day. We know we represent that little bit of hope for so many who are struggling. It’s not what we do—it’s why we do it.
MAKO Medical Laboratories, a national reference laboratory and leader in COVID-19 testing, announced a comprehensive partnership with the Robert C. Byrd Clinic (RCBC) to provide an on-site, full-service patient center for laboratory work.Read More
MAKO Medical has been selected as one of two testing partners to provide COVID-19 testing for all Georgia students and educators throughout the 2021/2022 school year.Read More
The Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) has selected MAKO Medical as one of the testing partners to provide COVID-19 testing for all Kentucky students and educators throughout the 2021/2022 school year.Read More
The Vance County Public School Foundation is pleased to announce MAKO Medical, a national reference laboratory and leader in COVID-19 testing, has matched the Foundation’s initial funding of $5,000 for Learning that Extends Actual Performances (LEAP) Grants to double the amount available to Vance County educators.Read More